If you use the side buttons on the tv, and push the menu and volume down button at the same time it will let you into the interactive menu and continue to set up the tv to original set up. just follow the screens and your tv will be all good again.
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i had the same lines on my 65' mitsubishi tv after replacing the DLP chip. after going back over everything i realized that the casinf that holds the chip in was not in the lock position. i took the chip out and replaced it then turned the little locking mechanism to the locked position. now my screen is perfect. hope this helps.
Hello Paul. I have this same monitor, but rebranded, Access the service menu with the remote control:
With user’s RC 1. Power TV On 2. Press Menu button and call up User OSD Menu 3. Select Sound-> Balance 4. When Balance value is “0”,Enter 0->5->3 ->2 in sequence. Note: If necessary, re-do number keys. 5. Factory OSD appears. 6. Press the standby button then AC turn off and restart the TV, which can exit factory OSD menu.
Now you will be able to change the values for Red Green and Blue channels. I also hated this TV, but after adjusting the colors it's looking great! Hope you could fix it too! :)
you changed all the eprom info but didn`t "save to ram" before un-plugging ac cord, you will have to call a tech and be sure to advise him what you have done so the tech will be sure to bring service manual, info will have to all be re-entered, video-tek
Set starts, horizontal and vertical deflection work, HT ok, crt heaters ok, but no sound or picture
I turned the G2 voltage up and noticed a white screen with flyback
lines, frame ok. I detected two badly soldered double diode rectifiers
in the secondary part of the power supply ! I checked all other joints,
and everything was ok !! success
White horizontal line (no vertical deflection)
Check / replace R548, R549
Sound but no picture except for a couple of horizontal colour lines
Replaced the frame chip TDA8356, set now ok